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Re: Thomas Alberry, Warwick Co., Va., 1755
Posted by: Connie Jeremiah (ID *****2596) Date: February 17, 2003 at 17:17:38
In Reply to: Thomas Alberry, Warwick Co., Va., 1755 by James E. Hargraves of 28

I have an ancester Thomas Alberry from Buckinghamshire, ENG who in the Tithables for Squirrel Scalps & Wheel Carriages in Cameron Parish, Loudown Co., VA in 1771 had 1 and 5 scalps.

On May 9, 1774 in the Order Book for Loudoun Co., VA Thomas was discharged from paying County parish and Publick Services by reason of his infirmities.

This Thomas Alberry may have been the father of your Thomas Alberry.

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